Indian administrative service –

Indian Administrative Service also called IAS or civil services in India is one of the administrative All-India services. Its officer is called civil servant an officer of All India Administrative Services. Direct recruitment in the Indian Administrative Service is done through the Civil Services Examination which is conducted by Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) and allotment is done to all states of India by the Indian government.The IAS officers work on strategic, planning and important positions in Central Government, State Governments, and Public Sector Undertakings.With the Indian Police Service (IPS) and Indian Forest Service (IFS / IFOS), IAS is one of the three All India Services – its cadre is employed by both the central government and the individual states.

After selection in IAS and completed the probation in the form of a deputy collector/magistrate, IAS officer is given administrative role in the district as a district magistrate and collector, an IAS officer leads a whole division and administration in the state as a border. On reaching the highest level, IAS officers lead the entire departments and ministries of the Government of India. IAS officer is also work in the World Bank, International Monetary Fund, Asian Development Bank and the United Nations or its agencies like working in intergovernmental organizations. IAS officers play an important role at different levels of administration to conduct independent and fair elections in India towards the Election Commission of India.